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THE ADMINISTRATION OF FOREIGN
A Report Prepared for
The International Studies Group
For sale by the Superintendent of Documents, U. S. Government Printing Office
Washington 25, D. C. • Price $1.00
The Bureau of the Budget, in June 1950, contracted with the Brookings Institution for a study of the organization and administration of foreign affairs and overseas operations of the United States Government. The study, financed under the President's Special Fund for Management Improvement, represents a part of the program of the Executive Branch of the Government to carry out the recommendations of the Commission on Organization of the Executive Branch (Hoover Commission), which proposed that a comprehensive study of overseas administration be made.
The Bureau of the Budget expresses its appreciation to the Brookings Institution for carrying out a difficult assignment. This volume, constituting the final report on the Brookings Institution study, was submitted to the Bureau of the Budget on June 1, 1951, by Mr. Harold G. Moulton, President of the Brookings Institution. Full responsibility for the contents of the report and the conclusions reached rests with the Brookings Institution. Publication of the report by the Bureau of the Budget has been undertaken in order that this important study might be available to Government officials and others.
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